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of our city's history in the city's chinese-american history. i would like to invite laura li to come up to the podium. for those of you who have not heard, she has been embedded in the history of our city and particular the city of the struggles of the chinese-american community. she came to seven cisco 1949 as a young immigrant; she graduated from galileo high school. she joined the chinese-american democratic youth league, at progressive organization within the chinese american community. i know it is hard for us to appreciate this today but at that time, chinese-american organizations were subjected to surveillance and harassment of the federal government, by the fbi as well elements of the chinese american community. laura has been and was a heroine in furthering these causes in the fight. ever since those days she has continued to engage in progressive causes and community service. she has been involved in significant groundbreaking research into chinese-american history. as an aside, she supported her late husband mark li, after whom the chinatown branch library is named. laura'
tomorrow. gary is back with all of the e details. >>> it's tuesday and time for laura's t likes. li and today laura joins us with with green laura's likes. earth day is the 22nd as you mentioned. mentione tips for cleaning your home thehome the green away. i'm going to start withth organizing your reusable bags. re this is so helpful especially if you're like me and you forgetfo your bags altogether and they're in a state of disarray in your car. more of us are toying around with a stack of reusable bags inin our trunks, more cities are creating bag taxes it's the caseit's the in our area.ur the tote buggy is a way to organize your bags and add aadd little flare. fla it's slim so you can keep itkeep between the driver's seat andseat an the console. inside it a buggy car keys thethe mesh bag inside can be used for produce. tote buddy hit the market a fewa days ago. they're made in the u.s., there's several designsde including a chalk kit which which comes with actually called chalk chal pennpen allowing you to write your your list outside of the reminder.re some the guys are doing
obama and his family, laura says we're paying for these whack jobs to spout these lies. robert says i would ask the tea baggers which is better? taking three vacations in three months or showing up for work for four years and doing nothing. and wayne b says they're still mad because there's a black man in the white house. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> bill: good morning everybody. what do you say friends and neighbors, good to see you on this tuesday april 2nd. thank you so much for joining us here on the "full court press" on current tv. booming out to you in every corner of this great land of ours from our studio on capitol hill in washington, d.c. just down the street from the united states capitol building, washington, d.c. which is crammed with tourists all here to see the cherry blossoms which haven't come out yet. too bad for them. thanks so much for joining us here and give us a call. let us know what you think about the issues. our toll free number is 1-866-55-press. you find us on twitter. get to us on twitter at bpshow. friend us on faceb
. details final on billoreilly.com. and much about the i think graham-o'reilly shootout. lied about on many websites, no one blue up, we had a robust debate. and bill russell, brighton, michigan. as laura tried to explain, our belief system is our policy. we believe there are only two sexes and that marriage is between a man and a woman. we see other life styles as sin. let me break this to you gently as i can, bill. this is the crux of the matter. your belief system is constitutionally protected and i respect it. but if you think you will influence any u.s. policy with a sin analysis, you are misguide in the extreme. want to stop your country from going down the drain, fight smart. >> o'reilly charles krauthammer made a rational case, but your tone thumping the bible. i don't know how often you watch no one defends the judeo-christian tradition than i do. so if you were offended by my accurate remarks, i'm confused. context is everything. and tus loocaloostuscaloosa, yo of line and you shouted her down. certainly not true. laura had two uninterrupted minutes to make her point which she did
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